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How to Draw The USS Starship Enterprise from Star Trek

Artist: Dawn / April 9, 2009
How to Draw The USS Starship Enterprise from Star Trek

Step 1.


Okay you will start the first step with a round disk shape to draw the body of the starship Enterprise as you see here. Once that is done draw another circle within the larger starship circle. Next add the guidelines that will make up the spaceships    

Step 2.


Now as you can see when you learn how to draw a spaceship you will often use mainly circle lines to detail the body of the vessel. That is what you will be doing here. Draw an additional three circle lines to form texture and depth to the Enterprise    

Step 3.


Step three is all about detail, detail, and definition. Around the outer and inner rim of the starship, you will draw more detailing lines as shown to you here. In the front of the ship draw and add the small vertical lines that surround the front wi   

Step 4.


This is your last drawing step and as you can see you are practically done. All you need to do here is draw out the cylinder shapes of the warp engines. Add some definition and detail and then draw a small hull opening on the top near the warp engine   

Step 5.


This is what your finished drawing should look like when you are done and all you have to do is color it in and you are done. I hope you had a fun time learning how to draw the USS Starship Enterprise from Star Trek step by step. Although it was chal   

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: April 9, 2009
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Description: Okay Star Trek fans and fanatics, it is time to go into the future with a super sweet tutorial on how to draw the USS Starship Enterprise step by step from the new upcoming movie in May of this year. As always, I like looking through the site to see what lessons I am missing in all the different categories. I know I have tutorials on some Star Wars characters, but what I do not have is tutorials on any Star Trek characters and I found that mind blowing. I used to watch Star Trek when I was younger but it wasn’t the episodes that had Captain James T. Kirk as the Enterprise’s captain. Instead I was into Star Trek: The Next Generation which aired on TV from 1987 to 1994. The captain of the Starship was Jean-Luc Picard played by Patrick Stewart. The USS Enterprise has changed its look and design over the years. In the very beginning it was a NCC-1701 and still remains to be the same ship only more visually advanced to match with the times of our current year and generation. Now I’m not no big Star Trek expert, so what I had to do was get some facts about the Starship Enterprise. So far what I have learned is that it was made in the year of 2243. The USS Enterprise was the first United Federation of Planets starship that was labeled with the name “Enterprise”. In the new 2009 movie of Star Trek the starship is new and improved with a bunch of shinny new parts and bold expressive engineering. The crew of the ship was based on several main characters. Besides Captain James T. Kirk, there was Mr. Spock, Scotty, Dr. McCoy, Lt. Leslie, Lt. Hadley, Sulu, Uhura, Pavel Chekov, Christine Chapel, and of course Janice Rand. Over the years those main characters changed into different up to date characters that we as this generation know. The USS starship Enterprise is a space vessel that has been with us since the seventies and it looks like it is here to stay or unless they cancel the series all together but I doubt that will happen because there is too many Trekkies in the world to disappoint. The fans for this television series is freakin phenomenal and to me it would be hard to try and guess who has more diehard fans, Star Trek or Star Wars. Anyways this tutorial will show you how to draw the USS starship Enterprise from Star Trek. I know you Trekkies out there will love learning from this lesson, I am placing it under advanced because it may be a bit complex with all the details and definition lines that make up the design for this spaceship.